Best SEO Blogs and Forums

My favorite SEO blog is, of course, the one you are reading. That being said, this blog, by itself, is not a comprehensive resource for learning about the world of SEO and online marketing.

Listed below are a handful of blogs and forums that are a great resource for SEO and online marketing.

Digital Point Forums
SEO Chat
Webmaster World
HighRankings
Search Guild
SEO Company Forums
SEO Book.com
ABAKUS SEM/SEO Blog
Search Engine Roundtable
Scott Fish
SEO Scoop
Oilman
Stuntdubl SEM
Matt Cutts Blog
RealSEO.com
fantomNews
SEOmoz.org
Link Building Blog
Jim Boykin Blog
Dan Thies Blog
searchdope.com

Although i havent linked to each of these forums and blogs, a quick search in Google should land you in the right place. I hope these sites help you to learn as much as they have helped me.


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  1. SEO Consultant
    May 16th, 2006 at 18:56 | #1

    Just found the blog…nice work.

    I love the SEO crossword puzzle idea, and it appears some others did too.

    SEO blogs and forums are a great way to keep up-to-date and accurate on most industry trends and happenings. In addition to SEO, there are many other related industries with information pertaining to websites, marketing, blogs, RSS, Web 2.0 and more.

    With the right list and your favorite ones, you could spend hours just digging up new useful information. In an attempt to relieve some of the time and effort of going to each of your favorites individually I created Search Engine Feeds.

    SE Feeds is dedicated to SEO and syndicates feeds from all the most popular sites, blogs and forums into categories, archives, and a Featured Feed Sources section. There is also a search feature and advanced search so you can find exactly what you are looking for ALL from ONE site.

    BTW, if you manage a feed or know of one you would like included, you can submit feeds directly as long as the theme and content relate to our main categories and the search industry.

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